In 1992 the city of Rostock had been the scene of the worst xenophobic riots in Germany since WWII. Local residents besieged a reception center for asylum seekers for several days. How does Rostock deal with this dire legacy 25 years later?
Rain and technical issues dampened a demonstration in Dresden to mark the third anniversary of the anti-Islam movement PEGIDA. Thousands of others held a counter-demonstration "for a Dresden without racism."
August 24, 1992, marked a dark day in Germany's postwar history as right-wing extremists attacked a refugee home in Rostock-Lichtenhagen. Twenty-five years on, experts met in Berlin to assess how far Germany has come.
This week marks 25 years since the worst right-wing violence in Germany since the Second World War. Some locals fear being stigmatized, but there are still lessons to be learned. DW's Kate Brady reports.
Denmark's immigration minister has posted a screenshot showing a caricature of Islam's Prophet Muhammad on Facebook. The cartoon is one of several that caused international outrage over a decade ago.
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